NEWS 03/04/2012 ***** We expanded the atlas upon unique chapter of the left atrium pathologies. The new LA chapter comprise Normal anatomy, Foramen ovale, Atrial septal defects and Masses (Thrombi and Myxomas)
Authors : Josef Necas, M.D., Sylva Kovalova, M.D., Centre of Cardiovascular Surgery and Transplantation, Brno , Czech Republic
CARDIO3® Atlas of Three-dimensional Echocardiography - reference/learning tool for cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, internists, other physicians, and sonographers evaluating 3D echocardiograms for ultrasound diagnosis.
In our atlas we have collected typical as well as rare and sometimes even bizarre of real-time three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography (RT-3D TEE) findings we meet in daily routine.
The first chapter deals with mitral valve pathology and is subdivided into several sections: normal mitral valve and functional regurgitation, prolapse, Barlow disease, infective endocarditis, mitral stenosis, mitral valvuloplasty ring, mitral prosthesis (mechanical and biological) and various.
Second chapter deals with aortic valve pathology. The third chapter comprises both normal findings and pathology of the left atrium and surrounding structures.
Other chapters like congenital heart defects are coming soon.
This is a companion game to Finger Kendo, the single player match simulator.
Kendo (剣道 kendō), meaning "Way of The Sword," is a modern Japanese sport/martial art, which descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) and uses bamboo swords (shinai), and protective armour (bōgu).
Pilot the contraption down into the depths to find sea creatures and amazing bioluminescence. Try to capture as many pictures to bring back to the surface before your air runs out !
Proceeds from sales benefit the Japanese Bilingual/Bicultural Program (JBBP) at Rosa Parks Elementary School in San Francisco. A public K-5 school.
Realistic sound effects put you in the spirit of the Kendo 剣道, meaning "Way of The Sword", a modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan.
Men-bu, the top head protector.
Kote-bu, wrist protector.
Do-bu, the armor that protects the torso.
Tsuki-bu, the throat (tsuki-dare).
Also available - Fence against computer in "Round of 8" tournament against ever faster opponents. Weapons - Foil, Saber and Épée.
Points are scored by fencer who touches with priority. Establish priority by attacking first or by "parrying" with immediate counter-attack, known as "riposte".
Score point by touching with priority. Establish priority by attacking first or by "parrying" with immediate counter-attack, known as "riposte". Point for backing away from attack and immediatly counter-attacking, known as get-away-go.
Épée Rules : Points are scored by fencer who touches first. Entire body is on-target. Try to block or "parry" with immediate counter-attack.